Cape Cod News

Closure, detours begin Sept. 17, will continue through spring 2015
Close to the edge of the bluff, boardwalk may not survive this winter
The evening's topic is pedestrian safety
Both slated to begin this week
Residents to consider four-article special town meeting warrant
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Helicopter, two boats search in vain
Albi crewman rescued, transported to Cape Cod Hospital

Statement issued by Cape Wind President Jim Gordon
National Marine Life Center frees three seals at Scusset Beach Friday
Dolphin Fleet Whale Watch reported distressed sea turtle off Provincetown
Coast Guard crewmen and Chatham cops on scene at Chatham Light Beach
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More than 12,000 passengers flew to and from Cape Cod aboard JetBlue this summer
Temporary closure done as a precaution last week
College competition starts in just four months
Eldredge Library staff offices to get an update
And they save parents money
An accelerated Home Health Aide Certificate program starting October 4th, grads guaranteed an interview with the VNA
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Only one lane will be open during work hours
Projected finish for painting project is end of December
Why does Martha Coakley lead in the polls? Why does Steve Grossman want to be Governor? And who is Don Berwick?

Most won't take campaign contributions from Pilgrim's owner
Authorities patrol the shore after kayakers report shark attack, photos of bite marks released

But America is trailing in the race to become energy independent
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Now illegal to possess more than the recreational limit